The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale

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The Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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Vol. 3, no. 7 (Apr. 5, 1974)-
Numbering Peculiarities:
Issue for Jan. 9, 1976 called v.4, no. 27 but constitutes v.5, no. 1; issue for July 7, 1989 called v.18, no. 11 but constitutes v.18, no. 13.

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Volume 12 Number 11
OF GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE
Fort Lauderdale, Florida Friday, March 18, 1983
frKlShoch*
Price 35 Cents

UJA Campaign seeks $4 million by Passover
Jewish Federation of Greater
I Fort Lauderdale and the volun-
teers who give of their time and
I their money are making the
Imonth of March a month to re-
I member.
With mini-Phonathons started
Iworkinn again as these volun-
I leers are making calls to North
iRroward residents who have been
(contributors to the United Jew-
ish Appeal campaign in the past
but haven't yet responded with a
commitment to the 1983 cam-
paign, the response is increasing.
This effort, plus the work of
UJA community committees at
fund-raising events in recent
days, have swelled the 1983 total
of pledges and contributions to
$3.5 million as of March 9.
The Federation's UJA Cam-
paign Cabinet, headed by Ethel
Waldman who is general chair-
man of the 1983 campaign and
the one-time Special Isreal Emer-
gency Fund to meet the financial
crisis that may curtail or ter-
minate some social services in Is-
rael, is setting its sights on
reaching the $4 million plateau
by the end of Passover, April 5.
Everybody is concentrating on
the mobilization "March for Is-
rael," with the need to demon-
strate in deed for thousands in
Israel who look to North Broward
Jewry more than ever now.
As part of that mobilized ef-
fort, a number of events have
been scheduled right up to Pass-
over's first Seder, Monday night,
March 28, in various communi-
ties throughout North Broward.
Continued on Page 2
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Shamir optimistic about pwllowt from Lebanon
Israel's Foreign Minister Yitzhak Shamir this week
pel with Reagan administration officials in
Vashington. Discussions reportedly were centering
Iround a proposal that would assure early withdrawal
II Israeli, Syrian and PLO forces from Lebanon. He
|as optimistic about a possible pullout of Israeli
ops.
Israel was reported to have reached substantial
Igreement with Lebanon on having Israeli and
banon troops, following withdrawal, patrol the
oulhern portion of Lebanon daily to make certain there
jkl be no PLO infiltration. This would be part of the
Kurity for the northern border towns that Israel has
en nee king. The compromise would have the troops
return each night to bases in their own country.
In India, PLO chairman Yasser Arafat met with
Lebanon's President Amin Gemayel, and Syria's
President Hafez Assad during the summit of the non-
aligned nations. Arafat pledged his support to ease the
withdrawal of PLO forces from Lebanon. Gemayel, at
the same time, promised to safeguard Palestinian
refugees from a repeat of the Sept. 16-18 massacre of
hundreds of civilians slain by Lebanese Christian
gunmen at Beirut refugee camps.
In Jerusalem, former U.S. President Jimmy Carter,
following meetings with Egypt's President Hosni
Mubarak, was meeting with Israel's Prime Minister
Menachem Begin. Carter has said that he has met at
Yiddish lebt' was proved at 'Renaissance Day'
various times with Palestinians, some of whom have
been and are members of the PLO.
Carter also was planning to meet with Palestinians in
the West Bank.
Carter also was to meet with Israel's new Defense
Minister, Moshe Arens, to discuss his views on Israeli
settlements in the West Bank. The former President
said he hoped the Camp David peace process that he
worked out with Begin and the late Egyptian President
Anwar Sadat would soon be fully realized.
Carter's tour of the Mideast will continue into
Jordan, Syria and Saudi Arabia "merely as a professor
at Atlanta's Emory University and as a private citizen,
not representing my country in any way," he said.
Yiddishe Renaissance audience
was a nostalgic day for several hundred
ople who visited and took part in the inaugural
[iddishe Renaissance Fair Sunday, March 6, at
be Jewish Community Center's Perlman
fampus. 6501 W. Sunrise Blvd., Plantation.
"Yiddish lebi" (Yiddish lives), exclaimed Sun-
ly Landsman, coordinator of the Circle of Yiddish
[lull- of South Florida, now numbering 70 clubs
ivoted to conducting meetings, programs, plays
nd what have you in Yiddish.
Mrs. Landsman made that opening statement
the start of a two-hour program in the Soref
[all that followed a one-hour viewing of hundreds
pieces of Jewish memorabilia, ranging from
psters of the Yiddish theatre in New York,
frtures of the Holocaust, art work, cassettes,
cords, and sheet music of Yiddish and Hebrew
u,'s. The inside walla of JCC's Building C and
tables in the room were packed with all kinds
ustalgic memorabilia, including copies of new
dy only,./v ish Forward.
here was a sprinkling of English in Jack Fish-
Rabbi and Mrs. Kurt E. Stone. The Wolfson Dancers
man's monologue of humorous stories. He's the
creator, producer and director of the Tzinderaella
production which was a sell-out every time it was
performed at JCC and Deerfield.
Others in the afternoon program included West
Broward Hebrew Congregation's Rabbi Kurt F.
Stone and his wife, Judith, impersonating Sholom
Aleichem and his wife in story and song; Nathan
and Ida Wolfson leading several of their dancers
in Israeli dances; singer Sam Sanntorzk,
comedienne Paula Goldberg, the Teitelbaums
from Oakland Estates, Fay Mintzer from Sunrise
Lakes, pianist Ida Kolber with singer Ida Kaplan,
and Jean Kozinn at the piano for a sing-along of
Yiddish and Hebrew songs.
Joining Landsman and Nat Shriftman,
chairman of the Circle of Yiddish Clubs, in
producing the first-ever Yiddishe Renaissance
Fair was JCC's Adult Advisor Laura Hochman,
and a committee that included Isadora Steinberg,
Abe Weiner, Joseph Goldhar, Yankele Frager,
Eunice Gross, Sarah Dugowson, Irving Graff,
Ben Shiffrin, la Landsman, Helene Goldwin.

Jack Fishman
Sunny Landsman
reading the sweetness of Passover to others
[r'rom Kosher Meals on Wheels, from the
sher Nutrition program, from the Jewish
nuy Service, from other sources, and from
ct application by some young families, a list
parties has been compiled by the Federation-
wish Community Center-supported WECARE
Bgram of families that will be receiving boxes
bags of Passover foods for the week of
over festival.
[Sizable contributions of money have been
piled to the WECARE Passover Fund to
T>vide the Passover baskets.
|ndy Friedland. JCC coordinator of the
gram and volunteers who "With Energy,
6, P"8?'on and Responsible Effort (WECARE)"
Pack the boxes and deliver them in time for
noiiUay, gave special credit to the Free Sons
In r?M ,of Fort ^"derdaJe, the Tamarac Ber-
ET. u.ub' Men's Assn. and Ladies Social Club,
Ll k th CouncU of B'imu B'rith Lodges. She
w that several lodges and individuals made
pinbutions to the Passover Fund.
*parationa for the holiday packing began
> as Kabbi Albert B. Schwartz, director of
C!!n S Chaplaincy Commission, and Mrs.
joined several volunteers for a
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Federauoo President Jean
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Five years ago the Sisterhood
of the Hebrew Congregation of
Lauderhill began what is now
called the 'Charles Dubin Matza
Fund Dubin. who was treasurer
of the congregation at that time,
has since passed away, but the
project continues based on the
injunction in the Torah. "Feed
the hungry."
The goal this year is to provide
a broad array of Passover foods
to those in need. A list of reci-
pients in South Beach was sup-
plied by the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. Each basket
will include 19 items most closely
associated with the holiday.
Supervising the project
Pearl and Allen Dornfeld,
Hilda and Nat Rosenstan.
ovrrwe the purchasing
assembling of the baskets,
addition. 920 is given to
recipient to purchase chic
meat or other kerns needed.
The goal this year is 50 to)
baskets Sisterhood membersi
thf project. Among other
raiser* was a "paid'' lunch
and card party held at the I
of Elsie Margolies.
Men associated with the i
gogue will tnel to South I
a week before Passover to |
tribute the baskets.
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Sev"""'
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JNF to honor Gersons;
begin new project
The Greater Fort Lauderdale
[Jewish National Fund (JNF) will
(host a special luncheon honoring
|Florence and Seymour Gerson of
Pompano Beach, on Sunday,
[March 20, at 11:30 a.m. at the
|new Holiday Inn, Sunrise and
\] A. Fort Lauderdale.
Seymour and Florence Gerson
bring an admirable record of civic
ind philanthropic achievements
here from their home town of
ilnrrisiown, Tenn. He served as
thairman of the United Jewish
Appeal, and was president of the
Jnited Fund, the Red Cross, and
member of the City Council.
Irs. Gerson, who "... can't say
.'" was UJA chairman and
president of Hadassah. In Fort
Lauderdale. they are active in the
Jewish Federation, the Israel
Lanal Founders, and are Life
nitrons and trustees of the
Jewish Community Center.
Anita I'erlman and Libo Fine-
berg, co-chairmen of the lunch-
eon, announced the luncheon
marks the beginning of a project
involving the improvement of the
quality of life for the new settlers
of the Lahav region of the Negev
Desert in Israel. These new set-
tlers have been relocated from the
Sinai, as a result of the Camp Da-
vid agreement, and the entire
area is being developed with new
roads, afforestation, and settle-
ment development by the Jewish
National Fund.
Jerome Gleekel, closely associ-
ated with Israeli Consulate in
Miami, will speak. Barrett Roth-
enberg, president, will speak of
his participation in the JNF Na-
tional Assembly recently held in
Israel.
Reservations can be made by
calling the Jewish National Fund
office at 561-4812 at 800 W. Oak-
land Park Blvd., Room 201.
)RT and Church join in celebration
The North Broward region of
en's American ORT (Orga-
ilion for Rehabilitation
hrough Training) will join with
Westminster Presbyterian
thurch and the Peace United
sbyterian Church in holding
third annual "Mock" Pass-
ver Seder on Tuesday, March
2.6 p.m. at 1100 SW 21 St., Fort
auderdale.
The members of both congre-
itions participate in the serv-
ices, with the assistance of three
ORT members, Frances Nowick,
Anita Axelrod. and Bert Kessler.
Rev. David Haw, pastor of both
churches, will conduct the Pass-
over services.
The women of the congrega-
tions cook and bake all the tradi-
tional Passover foods.
Frances Nowick is in charge of
the Passover music and singing.
"Pastor Dave," as he is called,
integrates the celebration of
Passover with the meaning of
Easter.
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Wie8enthal Dinner Precedes 'Genocide' Premiere


Simon Wieeenthal (pictured right kissing the
Western Wall in Jerusalem during the filming of
the Academy Award-winning documentary
Genocide) will be the guest of honor at a private
dinner Monday, April 11, at Tumberry Isle. Pic-
tured also are the movie's director Arnold
Schwartzman (wearing cap) and film crew.
Bruce A. Bernstein and his wife, Mary, both
vice presidents in the Fort Lauderdale offices of
the Oppenheimer & Co. securities firm, are
presenting the Fort Lauderdale premiere of the
movie which was filmed in Israel and narrated by
Elizabeth Taylor and Orson Welles.
They are extending invitations to the premiere
and to the dinner with Wiesenthal, the legendary
Nazi hunter, to "hosts" and "patrons" contribu-
tion of $2,500 or $1,000 to the Simon Wiesenthal
Center, the largest Holocaust Center in North
America.
Genocide, the story of the millions of men,
women and children who fell victim to Hitler's
Final Solution, will be premiered at 7:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, April 13, at the Galleria Cinema at
2630 E. Sunrise Blvd.
Bruce Bernstein, a 29-year-old securities and
investment account executive, and his wife have
become active supporters of the Wiesenthal Cen-
ter and have undertaken the job of presenting the
movie to win widespread support for the work of
the Holocaust Center. They have set a price of
$100 as admission for two to the premiere, $250
for Premiere Sponsors whose names will be listed
in the special premiere programs, and the hosts
and patrons contributions.
To be invited to the Wiesenthal dinner,
reservations, with checks payable to the Simon
Wiesenthal Center, must be received by Friday.
April 8. For additional information, Bruce Bern-
stein can be reached at 537-6243.
Holocaust Survivors Social club holds installation
A dinner-dance was held to
highlight the installation of Pres-
ident Sam Desperak and other
officers of the Holocaust Surviv-
ors Social Club recently on the
first anniversary of the organiza-
tion.
Miriam Friedman led the en-
tertainment and acted as mis-
tress of ceremonies during the in-
stallation of the officers.
The Holocaust Survivors So-
cial Club serves as a meeting
place for people who were dis-
persed all over Europe during
and after World War II. The club
provides a "sense of belonging"
to Holocaust victims who came
from different parts of the United
States to re-establish themselves
in South Florida.
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YOUR JEWISH COMMUNITY.....
4 MSAN 5T3
Presidents Who've Struck Out
We live in a unique time. Three ex-
Presidents walk among us. This may be a
tribute to medical science, which regularly
makes such progress in the field of aging
that afl our life expectancies seem on the
increase. But not all of us are ex-Presi-
dents. When they live longer, they can con-
tinue to bring their collective wisdom to the
nation, gleaned by their broad experience,
even after thev have left office.
Or they can sit there like <
ducks, some of them symbolic of disgrace
or just plain repudiation, contaminating
the atmosphere of America's political reali-
ties.
Unfortunately for us. these days there
seems to be more of the latter than the
former from ex-Presidents Nixon. Ford and
Carter. Whether it be the greed and
rapaciousness for power that characterized
at least two of them, or the unrelenting
foot-in-mouth disease that continues to af-
flict the last of them, what we experience in
our surviving ex-Presidents is not so much
wisdom as wooimess.
For President Carter, the wooliness is
accompanied by a now wearying sense of
evangelism in his soul that he can best jus-
tify his four years m office by bringing
peace to the Middle East There was con-
sumate arrogance in his belief that he could
do that m the first pace when he sat in the
Oval Office.
Still. Camp David came closest to a
success" be could point to in his one term
a success that never quite disguised
his other abysmal failure: the humiliating
hfft*gMalrinE scenario staged in Iran,
dilemma out of which Carter tried to i
the nation with an even more humiliating
hush-hush military rescue operation that
died on the sands of the Iranian desert wefl
before it could get to Teheran
Since the past galls Mr. Carter, he
spends so much of the present trying to
correct it. His book. 'Keeping the Faith." a
mystifying fantasy devoted to his four
years in office, is one example of this. It is
history in a way that bears bttle relation-
ship to reality. Unfortunately, it devotes so
many pages to Camp David, but that is the
lopsided nature of the Carter years there
was too little to show for them. And so his
weakness, contrasted by nothmg. appears
ail too glaring. Nor does the Carter ob-
session end now.________________________
"No! Yom
matzotk
A continuing tribute to voluntarism
n defined as "the principle of
by or relying on voluntary
i a word being re-kindled by the
But it's a word inherent
the way of bie of Jews from Biblical tunes.
V ohiatwM have played and continue to play
a mntnwiMg important role in the life of the
Jew tab CoaaBMnany through the Jew ish
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdaie This has
I the first meetings of a group of
J their efforts that led
to the orgamration and incorporation of the
Jewish Federation m 1968.
i or good lanes, many aspects of
ty could not be ac-
i the sprit of voluntarism.
To the hundreds and hundreds of volunteers -
and yea. to the thosanmli who voluntarily
coninbme thetr money as well as their time to
the support of Israel, and who give of their time
far downs of chores, even such mundane efforts
as stuffing envelopes, the Jew ah Federation
i a heartfelt sense of grautude and
tto which volunteer efforts sustain
every facet of the wot* of the Federation is
perhaps not often apprecated. but to those who
work daiiv w*h the programs and the problems,
the \ okinteers are trarjr super
Hundreds of them make possible the Super
Sunday Phonalhons for the United Jewish
Appeal: hundreds of others give of their lime in
their own communities and condominium
organizations to raise funds for U J A
V\ khout volunteers, the Federation wouldn't
have officers and a board of daectors. Without
volunteers, the Chaplaincy Commission would be
unable to offer words of solace to Jewish patient*
in hospitals. Shabbat and holiday services (wen
as Kosh Hashana. Purim. Passover and others) to
persons living in nursing and retirement homes.
V\ u hout volunteers, the Judaka High School
at Jewish Community Center and at Temple
Beth Orr in Coral Springs, couldn't have been
established, and similarly, the Federation's
bducalion Committee depends oa volunteers to
help plan, develop and coordinate programs of
Jew ish education for all ages.
It s the desire to work lor love, for enthusiasm
thai motivates volunteers who get a sense of
adue\ emeni and a gratifying inner certainty thk
they are needed particularly in these days of
limned budgets for social services thatere
previously supported by federal and stale funds.
It s a beautiful feeling, this ptoceas of giving
tor the benefit of the Jewish Cumnaty and
netting that sense of iibimnasal It goes far to
enhance the image of Jewish vohaatahsm-
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Ei-win Franken's 50-year hobby: drawing cartoons
HI
The cartooB at left was created
by Erwai S Franken of Palm
.Aha. Poaapsno Beach
He has been creating cartoons
as an avocation for over 30 years.
A former New Yorker, after
wheel days at George Wi
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Friday. March 18, 1963
The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 5
Two community Yom Hashoa obervances planned
Yom Hashoa (Day of remembrance Holocaust
Memorial Day) will be commemorated this year with two
community-wide events: Wednesday evening, April 6, at
Bailey Hall on the Broward Community College Campus
in Davie, and the other, Sunday afternoon, April 10, the
date of the 40th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto
Uprising, at Temple Beth Am in Margate.
The Broward County chapter
of the National Conference of
Christians and Jews is spon-
soring the April 6 Bailey Hall
observance in cooperation with
Broward Community College,
Second Generation of Holocaust
Survivors, Church Women
United. Clergy Dialogue Group
Phyllis Dtiler, Kaye Stevens MS team
Multiple Sclerwu is Panting a wJth ^ following the
Mov.n for MS aho*- at 8 p m. ^^^ Honorary Chair-
Monday March 2^^tarrmg two man Rugh 9aid for '
top-notch performers who can be a "black tie optional" evening
and he's anticipating a good
turnout and sizable contributions
for the fight against MS.
of NCCJ, Community Relations
Committee of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Greater Fort Lauderdale,
Inter faith Council of Greater
Hollywood, Jewish Community
Center of Greater Fort Lauder-
dale, Jewish Community Centers
of South Broward, Jewish War
Veterans, North Broward Board
of Rabbis, Pompano Beach Inter-
faith Committee, Southeast
Holocaust Center, Specialized
Urban Ministry.
The Jewish Community Center
and the Jewish Federation of
Greater Fort Lauderdale, in
cooperation with Holocaust Sur-
vivors Club of South Florida and
synagogues, will sponsor the
April 10 observance.
NCCJ's Alice Solomon said the
April 6 program will include a
U.S. Army soldier who was one of
the liberators of a Nazi death
camp, also a film, a talk by a
child of a survivor, and a sur-
vivor, Frieda Jaffe of Boca
Raton, who was 7 years old when
she was taken from Poland to
Ravenabruck and then to Bergen
Belsen before liberation. Her
father was killed in 1941; her
mother and brother were shipped
off to Treblinka in 1942 and she
never saw them again nor heard
of them, and 86 others of her
relatives perished during the
llolcaust.
Plans are being completed for
the April 10 observance.
Exile completed,
Ida Nudel
still a prisoner
Ida Nudel, who nearly a year
ago completed her four-year term
of exile in Siberia, is still refused
permission to emigrate from the
U.S.S.R. to join her sister in Is-
rael.
Banned from reestablishing
her residence in Moscow, she has
spent the last nine months
traveling from city to city. She
has finally been granted resi-
dence in a small town in Mol-
davia.
Happy Pwach mm arty deadlines
Because of the Passover holidays, March 29 and 30, the first two
days of the festival, and April 4 and 5, the seventh and eighth days,
news releases and announcements intended for publication in the Friday,
April 8, and Friday, April 15, issues of THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN of
GREATER FORT LAUDERDALE must be in the office of the Jewish
Federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale not later than Thursday, March
24, for BOTH ISSUES!
Phyllis Diller
lmo\e audiences to great joy:
Phyllis Diller. the hilarious
[comedienne, and songster Kaye
I Stevens.
The show at the Sunrise
Musical Theatre is a fund-raiser
in the fight against the incurable
multiple sclerosis disease of the
[ central nervous system.
According to Sandra Fried-
I man. executive director of the
Kaye Stevens
Gold ("oast chapter, and Fort
lauderdale businessman David
Hush who is honorary chairman,
MS strikes people in the prime of
'heir life, usually between the
ages of 20 and 50, and at least 60
percent of the victims are women.
They quoted from a recent
article by Dr. Jonas Salk whose
discovery and development of the
vaccine revolutionized the battle
against polio. Dr. Salk wrote:
"Every disease has its time and
the time has arrived to find the
| answer to Multiple Sclerosis."
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 7
Gets medal won in 1936 Olympics
Irving T. Meretsky (left) of
Windsor, Canada, vacationing in
Kurt Lauderdale where hia son, a
[practicing dentist, and his
laughter, Lynn, live, received
from Fort Lauderdale Mayor
Kok-rl Dressier, the Olympic
I medal Meretsky should have
I received during the 1936
Olympics held in Berlin. Looking
occasion, Meretsky also received
a framed certificate from the
Olympic Club Canada.
OMEGA UJA Breakfast held recently honored
the Omega Religious Service Club. Over $13,000
was raised for the 1983 UJA. Pictured (left to
nght) are Jerry Kaye. Omega co-chairman; Max
Finkelstein. president of the Religious Service
Club: guest speaker, Israeli Lt. Danny Tadmore,
and Murray Rosenberg, Omega co-chairman.

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Page 9
AJE honoring its executive director, Gene Greenzweig ^ f*W ** '*"'" qUegaM abBt IChin8
Gene Greenzweig, executive director of the
lentral Agency for Jewish Education (CAJE),
^H be the honored guest at CAJE's annual dinner
^xt Thursday evening, March 24, in Miami
leach-
Greenzweig, completing 10 years of leadership
kith ihe Miami-based educational agency, has
en instrumental in the involvement of CAJE as
he professional educational arm of the Jewish
federation of Greater Fort Lauderdale.
] This involvement has led to a variety of
rograms in the North Broward Jewish com-
tunity. notably the Judaica High School which
-- now expanded to holding classes in Plantation
i in Coral Springs; the North Broward
lidrasha Adult education Institute and Lecture
leries; the Institute for Jewish Studies for
brew Teacher Professional Growth, and a wide
nge of services for the religious schools, Jewish
pnizations and Jewish communities.
.Much of the expansion of the Judaica High
L-hool of North Broward is due to the in-
Jiiralional leadership of Greenzweig, a native
lew Yorker, who established one of the out-
landing Jewish youth programs of the country
Wore joining CAJE. During his tenure, CAJE
^- expanded in programming throughout South
orida on all levels of Jewish interest.
lUreen/.weig, educated at Salanter Yeshiva in
> Bronx, and Yeshiva University, is a graduate
[City College of New York. He made his mark in
twish education before coming to Miami at New
chelleand White Plains, N.Y., communities.
Illelene Merger, CAJE president, and Alfred
Llden. CAJE's immediate past president, will
Irticipale in the ceremonies honoring Greenz-
K
lln Kort Lauderdale, Jean Shapiro, Federation
Tesident. noted that "CAJE is an essential
Iment in the family of Federation-supported
juries. We are especially appreciative of the
sonal involvement of Gene Greenzweig in
ning here to conduct programs with our women
Jadult divisions."
tffflW Greemweig
Mrs. Shapiro also praised the work of CAJE's
personnel in the youth programs, particularly the
growing popularity among teenagers for the
Judaica High School. Over 200 students par-
ticipate in the study of 25 different subjects in
North Broward s largest post-Bar and Bat
Mitzvah Jewish institute of learning. Some of the
school's sources lead toward confirmation
programs, college credits, and a leadership ac-
tivity, Akiva Leadership leading toward Sunday
School teacher certification and other roles in
synagogues and Jewish organizations.
Abraham J. Gittelson serves as CAJE director
of education for the Jewish federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale with Sharon S. Horowitz as the
school's administrator and Helen Weisberg as
Midrasha administrator.
First aliyah conference to be held
unique overview of life
*>tt unities in Israel will be
henled at South Florida's first
yah Conference to be held
Way, March 20, from 11 a.m.
Temple Israel, 137 NE 19 St.
Miami. The conference is being
Insored by the South Florida
Aliyah Council and is designed to
address concerns and questions
of those who are interested in
learning about the possibilities of
living in Israel.
Registration costs for the Con-
ference are $5 per adult and $2.50
per student or child. This price
includes a kosher lunch.
The South Florida Aliyah
Council is affiliated with the
Israel Aliyah Center. For more
information about the Aliyah
Conference, call the Israel Aliyah
Center at 573-2256.
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Dr. Murray Greenberg, Anti-
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Bnai B'rith Woodmont Lodge,
will present and narrate a 'show-
case' of unusual material com-
piled during his recent extended
visit to China.
The presentation will be at the
Woodmont Country Club, 7801
NW 80 Ave., Tamarac, on Thurs-
day April 28, at 9 p.m.
Greenberg, who was accom-
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 11
Browsin' Thru Broward
with Maggie
folks! The Israeli Anny
jstra's first appearance in
United States originally
Juled for June 8 at Sunrise
Jical Theatrehas been can-
That was the disappoint-
ews in a cablegram Dr. Ellen
king, director of cultural
Irs at Broward Community
ire, received March 8 from
Israeli government. BCC had
L [he orchestra and the Rab-
fal Army Choir, directed by
[Army's Chief Cantor Arie
rn.
Le of the 1.')-inch-high letters
ling from the front of that
[icipal building at 100 N.
|rews Ave. has the iden-
|Dg sign reading: ORT
BDERDALE CITY HALL
Bpeaking of missing: Cantor
Botoshansky's name was
|ted. inadvertently, from the
of volunteers who provided
|m services at nursing homes.
[old the story of Esther in
and words at the Oakland
Retirement Apts. in
perhill.
hd dietitians at 15 North
rard hospitals are being
lid to I'assover festival (from
tight ol March 28 through
May. April 5) and that "the
inant symbol of the festival
(leavened bread matzoth"
meals served to Jewish
ruts i'ompano Beach has
new postmaster: Robert
on, former sectional center
fctor of customer services in
nke, Va. He replaced Wilton
who retired from Postal
ling Seitz report* that
Broward County delegation of
Silver-Haired Legislature, no
longer funded by the state, still
holds meetings. The next is next
Friday at 1 p.m. at Cypress
Community Hospital ... Dr.
Abraham S. Fischler, president
of Nova University, has been
appointed to Hollywood Medical
Center's board of trustees Vic
Damone and Jerry Vale are
scheduled to be among the enter-
tainers at this weekend's Wood-
mont Classic.
And since the Honda-
Inverrary golf tournament is
moving from Lauderhill to Coral
Springs next year, the big classic
at .Inverrary will be Federation-
UJA's golf classic. Last January,
almost 300 golfers toured both
the East and West courses for the
benefit of the 1983 United Jewish
Appeal campaign.
Developer George Bennan has
done so well with sales at
Country Gardens in Coral
Springs that the only reserva-
tions he's accepting now are for a
building that won't be finished
until December Top Honor
award, plus a Merit Award, from
the Broward chapter of American
Institute of Architects for 1982
projects went to Temple Emanu-
El member Donald Singer .
Also receiving a Merit Award
was Michael Shiff for the design
of Coral Springs branch library.
He's the architect for Lauder-
hill 's City Hall, scheduled to be
ready for occupancy soon.
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust
Memorial in Jerusalem, sup-
ported for 32 years solely by
contributions raised in Israel, is
now on a world-wide drive for $10
million to be raised in the next six
years Leonard L. Farber,
honored by Brandeis University
earlier this month at a dinner at
the Fort Lauderdale. Marriott,
has taken over the management
of Royal Palm Plaza shopping
center in Boca Raton Brace
Frenkel of Fort Lauderdale, was
appointed an account executive
at EFHutton's Coral Springs
Mall office.
Sandy Hochberg of Inverrary,
previously employed by Inver
Realty, has been appointed sales
associate at Environ Towers in
Inverrary Westinghouse
merit science awards went to two
high school students from South
Plantation, David Kramer and
Eric Ronkin, and two from Nova,
Steven Singer and Caroline Gortz
. Sands Point B'nai B'rith had
a well-attended rally this week for
Soviet Jewry.
Ruth Shamir, an Israeli lawyer
who has offices in Tel Aviv and
Is Angeles, is having her first
novel All Our Vows, published
the end of this month by
Shengold of New York. It's a
story of war, politics and
romance in Israel Harold
(Kit) Shapiro, native New Jer-
seyite, has been a sales associate
for the Lakes of Newport
development in Plantation .
New York State Senate adopted a
resolution introduced by Senate
Democratic leader Manfred
Jewish mum
month to be
highlighted
On Monday, March 21 begin-
ning at 7:30 p.m., the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Israel. 7100 West
Oakland Park Blvd. in Sunrise,
will present a special program to
honor Jewish Music Month.
Under the direction of Sylvia
Baslow, vice president of the Sis-
terhood, members will participate
in this program.
Call the Temple 742-4040 for
further information. ^
< su round the Seder table each year, and celebrate The Exodus
nrouRh traditions passed down to us over thousands of years. These
pinions have become so much a part of our heritage they are
wcribed in the Haggadah for all the world to see: the matzoh. the
taisishtanah:' the Aphlkoman. the recitation of the plagues, the
ranil of Dayenu: and on and on through the night, closing with
MadGadya:
!*t each Seder, however, there are other kinds of tradition*...
PJWoas which are |ust as strong, lust as cherished They are our
^fttal family traditions Unwritten and unsung, they are as much a
n our Seders as the hard-ooHed eggs and bluer herbs. And
^WUiese. one of the most popular traditions Is the wine that to
'Uiroughout the Seder evening. That Is Mantechewilz. of course
' millions of homes. It just wouldn't be Passover without a bottle of
wnischewiiy. Kosher Wine It to a wine that spans the generations
xomenow. symbolises the continuity of the family Seder. Faces
' cnane. we grow older, some-
pmrs UVre Is a new youngster
I ** ihe MaNlshtanah but
hk w ,8 "* MantechewlU.
II noWs a traditional and hon-
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Ohrenatein, calling on the U.S.
"to extend its diplomatic offices
to aid Ethiopian Jews (Falasha)
who want to leave Ethiopia and
other African countries... Ben-
jamin Mead, president of Ameri-
can Gathering of Jewish Holo-
caust survivors April 11-14 in
Washington, has received so
many registrations already that
deadline for application is
MARCH 25.
Not since the asking of The Four Questions
has something so tiny made it so big.
It's Tetley s tiny little tea leaves. They've been making it big in
Jewish homes for years. Tetley knows that just as tiny lamb
chops and tiny peas are the most flavorful, the same is true for
tea leaves. That's why for nch, refreshing tea. Tetley bags
are packed with tiny little tea leaves. Because tiny is tastier!
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0ASf HM.rgf Chapter:
guest speaker, Rene
n Temple Beth Am, Royal
.'Blvd.. Margate, noon.
Lvus Tamarac Chapter:
Xin2 Tamarac Jewish Cen-
Jim strip. Youth activities in
^Kt Sboahona Chapter:
|ting. Somerset Phase II rec-
_^h Uuderdale Chal Chap-
[Meeting, guest speaker, Dr.
tv Paetro, North Lauder
fcity Hall. 701 SW 71 Ave., 1
EDNESDAY, MARCH 23
_ Beth Torah-Siaterhood:
ling, speaker, Jack Salz, lec-
r and educator, Temple, 9101
57 Ave.. Tamarac, 12:30
pie Beth Israel: Games, 7:30
D|e Beth Orr: Games, 7:45
j Lepletot-Girla Town of Je-
Lm: Meeting, community
iTBroward Federal, Century
B Phase 11.9:30 a.m.
ish War Veterans-William
jchman Auxiliary: Meeting
Lard Federal. 3000 N. Uni-
ty Dr., Sunrise, mini lunch
d. noon.
(Inverrary Chapter:
|ing. I nverrary Country
1:30 a.m.
B'rkh-Leorah Council:
ling, K-Mart shopping mall,
ptality room, Oakland Pk.
.Sunrise, 12:30 p.m.
.Man: Golds Meir Chapter
pano Beach: Annual Hadas-
sah Medical Organization Lunch-
eon, Holiday Inn, 950 Glades
Rd., Boca, minimum contributio:
$28, 11:30 a.m. Call Dorothy
Prombain 971-0154 or Sara Nad-
ler 972-3987.
THUR8DAY, MARCH 24
Temple Beth Israel: Games,
12:30 p.m.
Temple Emsnu-EI: Board
meeting, 7:45 p.m.
Pioneer Women-Na'Amat-Brow-
rd Council: Meeting, Harriet
Green, national vice-president,
guest speaker, 1303 N. State Rd..
7, Margate, 9:30 a.m.
Free Sons of Israel-Fort Lauder-
dale Lodge: Meeting, Whiting
Hall, NW 68 Ave. and 24 St.,
Sunrise, 7:30 p.m.
ORT-Lauderdale Ridge Chapter:
Meeting, Speaker, Robert E.
Lockwood, Clerk of Courts, Lau-
derdale Lakes City Hall, 4300
NW 36 St.. mini-lunch served,
noon.
B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN:
Bermuda Club Chapter:
Meeting, Bermuda Club club-
house, noon.
Coconut Creek Chapter: Donor
luncheon. Inverrary Country
Club, 11:30 a.m.
B'nai B'rith Pompano Lodge:
Meeting, Palm Aire Country
Club, 551 So. Pompano Pkwy., 8
p.m.
SATURDAY, MARCH 26
Ann Storck Center: Cantorial
and Combined Opera Evening,
talent from Temples in Broward
County, Whiting Hall, donation
$4,8 p.m.
National Bible contest regionals March 20
" Who were the only two Jews
to have left Egypt and who en- \
tered the land ofltraelf
"What were the 'hothen' and
'ephod' worn by the High Priest
in the desertV
"Name the ten plagues."
These, and a host of other
questions, will be posed to 10
students of the religious school of
Temple Beth Am of Margate
when they participate in the re-
gional finals of the National Bible
Contest to be held on Sunday,
March 20.
The Contest, organized na-
tionally by the Department of
Education and Culture of the
World Zionist Organization, and
coordinated locally by the
Central Agency for Jewish
Education, tests the knowledge
of students from grades 6-8 on
the Biblical books of Exodus and
Joshua.
Under the guidance of their
educational director, Joy Kahn-
Evron, the Beth Am students
have been meeting every Sunday
for the past three months, re-
viewing every sentence in the two
books. Mrs. Evron noted that
"the interest and motivation of
the students are outstanding,
and the knowledge they have
gained of the two books of the
Bible is really special."
The Bible contest is ad-
ministed to hundreds of students
all over the United States and
Canada in Hebrew and English
divisions for junior and senior
high school students. The win-
ners in each division participate
the following year in the interna-
tional finals in Jerusalem.
Winners of the regional finals,
in which five schools are partici-
pating in the South Florida area,
will participate in the national
test that will be given in May.
The coordinator for the contest
in South Florida is Jerome
Hershon, who has prepared a
series of background materials
for the two books, with Abraham
J. Gittelson serving as overall
director, and Betty Zlotnik as ad-
ministrator.
Students from Temple Beth
Am who will be participating are:
Anna Bugdadi, Wendy Beck.
Laurie Feinstein, Robin Mazen.
Holly Pincnevsky, Josh Kor
nitsky. Andrew Left, Michael
Marcus, Mike Aronson, Jason
Schwartz.
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The Jewish Floridian of Greater Fort Lauderdale
Page 15
'assover Sidurim being held in the community
Chough Paasover "Sidurin"
[celebrations for the home and
Lily, many synagogues in the
i are providing congregational
lurim As of March 10, the
Irish Federation of Greater
Lauderdale had gathered
following information about
[ availability of congregational
rim:
CONSERVATIVE
temple Sha'Aray Tndck. 8049
[Oakland Park Blvd., Sunrise:
^ and second aeder, Holiday
Plantation. Reservations
temple Beth Am. 7205 Royal
m Blvd., Margate: First and
second seder at Temple, $30 for
members, $36, non-members,
each seder. Reservations availa-
ble, call 974-8650.
Temple Beth Israel. 7100 W.
Oakland Park Blvd., Sunrise:
First and second seder at Temple,
$35 per person, children under 12,
$32.50, each seder. Reservations,
call Dorothy Oshinsky, seder
chairperson, 731-2650.
Temple Beth Israel, 200 S.
Century Blvd., Deerfield Beach:
First and second seder at Temple,
$21 members, $23 non-members.
Reservations closed.
Temple B'nai Moshe. 1434 SE
3 St., Pompano Beach: First and
second seder, home of Rabbi
Morris Skop, $25 per person each
seder. Reservations call 942-5380.
Temple Beth Torah, 9101 NW
67 St.. Tamarac: First and
second seder at Temple, $30 per
person each seder. Reservations
call 721-7660.
REFORM
Temple Emanu-El, 3245 W.
Oakland Park Blvd.. Lauderdale
Lakes: First aeder at Temple, $25
per person, $12.50 children under
13. Reservations call 731-2310.
Temple Kol Ami, 8200 Peters
Rd., Plantation: Second seder at
Temple, members only, $16 per
person, children under 12 $14.
Temple Beth Orr, 2151 River-
side Dr., Coral Springs: Second
seder at Temple, members $7.50
per person, children under 10,
$15; non-members $12. Reser-
vations after Mar. 18 for non-
members.
Temple B'nai Shalom, 2305 W.
Hillsboro Blvd., Deerfield Beach:
First seder, Murray's Deli in
Boca, $20 per person. Reserva-
tions call Leo Van Blerkom, 426-
2532.

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Almiham ./. Gittelson. educational director
l/ic Jewish Federation: Helene Goldwin, Bess
Kati. Ruth Manteli, and Helen Weisberg, ad-
ministrator North Broward Midrasha.
unique adult education pro-
commemorating the 16th
pversary of the re-unification
enisalem, will be presented on
Yerushalyim (Jerusalem
Wednesday, May 11, by the
hh Hroward Midrasha and its
1st it writ organizations and
Igogues.
[he program, being arranged
11he Midrasha steering com-
We, will be held from 10:30
In I p.m., at Temple Beth
nil. Tamarac, with a minimal
rgc for registration and a
-lunch.
IV program will include: a
I on .Jerusalem, a presentation
Jerusalem and "The Source,"
shops, and a speaker on the
ent political scene. The work-
ps will include Jerusalem in
dish Literature; Jerusalem in
We* Literature; The
theology of Jerusalem; His-
land Lore of Jerusalem; In-
Tiering of the Exiles and The
piic Jerusalem.
his program of analysis of
fsalern in history, culture and
ology plus the current po-
pl scene is geared to educa-
chairpersons of organize-
rs, participants in Midrasha
and lectures, educators,
11 in the community who
i to continue to learn and en-
ptheir scope of interest in Ju-
[ttending the steering com-
^ meeting were Elaine Lam-
Bess KaU, Ruth Manteli,
P Goldwin, Stanley Cohen,
l"y Landsman, Laura Zim-
n. Abraham J. Gittelson,
ptional director of the Jewish
Potion, and Helen Weisberg,
f nistrator for North Broward
pasha.
Broward
libraries
[>* North Lauderdale Branch
**2enl a Program on hair
and styling, by Barbara
C n Monday. March
P0,n 2 to 3 p.m., 6601 Blvd. of
frop'ons.
EV1" 8cenic wonders of
,/;meca at the Margate
Young Branch. 6810
P Drive, on Tuesday, March
ri<. jo p.m.
f Wednesday. March 23, at 2
ra in ^rary wi" Pre8ent
uir Gene Screen" *
won on genes and heredity.
The North Broward Midrasha
is sponsored by the Central
Agency for Jewish Education of
the Jewish Federation of Greater
Fort Lauderdale. Constituent in-
stitutions include: Temples Beth
Am, Beth Israel, Beth Israel of
Deerfield Beach, Beth Orr. Beth
Torah, Emanu-El, Kol Ami,
Sha'aray Tzedek, Sholom, Ramat
Shalom Synagogue, Hebrew
Congregation of Lauderhill.
Liberal Jewish Temple of Coco-
nut Creek, Florida State B'nai
B'rith, Southeastern Region
United Synagogue of America,
Jewish Community Center.
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OIL CHANGE,
FILTER & LUBE
UP TO 5 QTS OF PREMIUM
OIL NEW OH. FILTER COM-
PLETE LUBE
FOR MOST U.S.
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TRUCKS
DISC BRAKE
SPECIAL
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new seals Repack bearings
Check calipers Check system Inspect
maste* cylinder Add fluid as required
Ad|usl and bleed as required Check and
ad|ust rear brakes Road test
EXPERT WORK ON DRUM BRAKES
30,000 Mile
Limited Warranty
25%,
MONMME SHOCKS
P3
LOW COST
HIGH MILEAGE
OUTSTANDING
VALUE
155SR12
145SR13
155SR13
165SR13
175SR14
186SR14
165SR15
MICE
41.51
36.63
43.35
47.01
53.72
56.78
54.95
F.E.T.
119
P3/70I
OUR BEST
SELLING
RADIAL, DUAL'
STEEL BELTS
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COMPLETE INK OF
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115
1.24
1.53
1.81
2.11
1.71
IMPORTED RADIUS
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165/70SR13
175/70SR13
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185/70SR14
195/70SR14
46.18
52.10
56.83
60.98
66.30
RET.
1.261
1.321
1.57
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SMALL 4 INTERMEDIATE CARS
CHECK-UP
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TOTAL ALIGNMENT
HEADQUARTERS
WHEEL BALANCE
HI-SPEED OR COMPUTErJ
175SR13
165SR14
155SR12
155SR13
165SR13
RICE
29.98
35.62
F.E.T
1.53
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Bud & Doughs Road 446-8101
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13360 N.W 7Ave 6818541
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1700N.E. 163rd St 945 7454
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1454 Alton Road 672-5353
SOUTH DA DC
9001 S OnttHwy 667-7575
CUTLER RIDGE
20390 S OsieHwy 233-5241
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1275 49t)Sl 622-2500
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30100 S FadaralHwy 247 1622
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497 S SIM Rd 967-0450
175SR14
185SR14
155SR15
165SR15
37.36
38.25
39.54
42.86
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